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by Kat_13 on 12/5/2012 8:16:03 PM
im so sorry for your loss! i lost my dad just last summer. and the truth? you never really do move on from it. i think about my dad everyday. some things tht did help me cope were writing letters to my dad everyday. going to visit his grave as much as i can. especially on his bday, christmas, easter, and other holidays. also just talking with your friends and family. my friends bday party was on fathers day and of course i went. and it was the first fathers day since his death. i had a good cry with them near me and they just sat there the whole time and did anything to make me smile. but the most important ou never really get is to remember all your good memories with him. you never really get over a death of someone close. you just learn to cope wth your feelings.
by prettykailee on 7/24/2012 11:01:33 AM
by Christian15 on 12/30/2011 9:38:04 PM
I Know Its Hard I Just Lost My Grandpa And Every One Was Saying I know its hard but he isnt in pain any more but they might know its hard but they don't don't know how much time i spent with him. in time it will get better:/
by ladygirzzlie33 on 7/21/2011 10:03:46 AM
This is sooooooooo sad!! I cant even imagine getting over my dads death. I hope your mom can help you get through it! Good Luck
by Shelbychristine333 on 7/18/2011 12:53:42 PM
by Shelbychristine333 on 7/18/2011 12:51:37 PM
i know kind of how you feel, my dad died when i was six, i am now 14, it dose get better over time but since you are older and hav known him longer it will be harder but it will be ok over time
by lyssie10 on 7/8/2011 11:09:33 PM
by sydepoo2 on 7/2/2011 5:45:49 PM
OMG! I know you say everyone says this but I know how you feel. My grandpa died in may of 2010 and i couldn't just let it go. time heels everything but don't act like it didnt happen because it makes it worse.
by emmm.cutie.starz on 5/4/2011 6:09:36 PM
by runforever on 4/23/2011 6:14:38 PM
I'm supposed to be Christian, and I'm getting baptised this Sunday (I'm 12, a little late, I know). Except, I don't really want to. I don't actually believe in God- I'm Atheist. I'm not just questioning, I've already made my decision. I don't know quite how to say it to my mom, though. I'm worried that she'll get mad or frustrated with me, or just blow me off and say something like "Everyone has their doubts as some point." I'm not going to explain why I'm Atheist- I just need help!
by GoldenGirl113 on 4/17/2011 3:29:48 PM
by coleypoke22 on 4/15/2011 6:09:01 PM
by HannahJL on 4/9/2011 4:15:31 PM
im soo sorry
by moosterm on 4/9/2011 2:24:27 PM
by Isael1999 on 4/8/2011 8:20:31 PM
Hey im really sorry about your dad. I know everyone says this but i really can relate because my dad committed suicide in december. I know it's really hard but group counceling helped me a lot. Maybe it can help you move on and realize your not alone. I hope this helps and I'm praying for you.
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by lipsmackergal5 on 3/31/2011 2:35:01 PM
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by ALR on 3/31/2011 8:53:38 AM
The title for this is inaccurate. She doesn’t want to move on; she wants to know how to deal with people who expect her to move on.
by S123 on 3/30/2011 11:28:23 PM
I don't believe in god or any of that stuff but let me say this I'm not a totally disbeliever i do think that something is out there for better or for worse and your dad seemed like a good man so be happy that you had something that not everyone does I'm sorry that I'm not much of a help
by beko on 3/30/2011 10:08:09 PM
Hey girl, I'm really sorry. I don't know how it feels to lose a parent but i lost my godfather (my uncle)and my brother who i was really close to and it's been 4 years for my uncle and 10 years for my bro and it still really hurts. But here's my advice,don't forget him but don't dwell on it all the time and try to do things that really make you happy and ask your friends not to bring it up.....I know it's hard but it does get easier over time.(: I Hope you feel better,I know it's hard
by meg1217 on 3/30/2011 9:47:11 PM
Best wishes to you and your family, tho. And also remember that it's okay to cry.
by Blueeyes67 on 3/30/2011 8:33:47 PM
You won't EVER get over a parents death. My dad committed suicide over 12 years ago. I can't remember him at all, but sometimes I wake up and I think that it couldn't have happened to me. I know my situation is different than yours, but there isn't any use in trying to get over your dad, even if you never really knew him. Think of good times with yours. Appreciate the time you got with him,
by Blueeyes67 on 3/30/2011 8:06:34 PM
hey girl, i've never really experienced the loss of my parents, but when my grandaddy died i didn't cry. I knew how selfish it would be to cry over him and want him to suffer in the horrible place, Earth. Just know that he now has eteral with the greatest thinng ever, your creator. He now is in a perfect world and you will see him again one day. This is what i beleive please don't get offended.
by em11ily on 3/30/2011 8:03:41 PM
OMG. i am so sorry. i wish u the best. always remember ur daddy and never 4get him.
by soccerlover99 on 3/30/2011 7:06:54 PM
hey girl, im sooo sorry. I was reading a biography, someone said that "loosing your dad isn't ever something that you get over, more something that you learn to live with, it becomes a part of you"
by rach<3kampkohut on 3/30/2011 6:16:50 PM
Hey girl I know how you feel! My dad died a year and a half ago and I had a hard time too. What I did to help move on, not forget about him, was talk to your school counselor or some close friends. Your friends should be there for you and will listen, as will your school counselor. Hang in the girl! It gets better with time!
by irish514 on 3/30/2011 5:54:34 PM
I lost my dad when i was 5 and now i am almost 16.It is hard i know how you feel. I would tell them that you are going to feel this way for some time and that you wish they would support you a little more. Hope the advice will help.
by dnce10156 on 3/30/2011 5:44:18 PM
hey girl, i'm soooo sorry. my dad dies 4 years ago. i won't say any stuff like "you'll move on" or "i know how you feel" cause i know how annoying that is. i can't say that u'll completely get over it, but life WILL get better and easier. i promise you that. if u ever need to talk, just comment on my profile. i don't know you, but i'll be here for you hang in there girlie, everything's going to be fine.
by mangochick12 on 3/30/2011 5:28:16 PM
Hey I am sssooo sorry about ur dad dying. I wish there was something I could do to help. My advice is to pray. I know I will be praying and I mean it.
by ElvisTwente on 3/30/2011 4:49:09 PM
I am so sorry! My frirnd's mom ded a year ago. I will pray for you.
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by neversaynevergirl on 3/30/2011 2:01:55 PM
I am really sorry :/ it's hard i know but you gotta be strong. Wish u the best girlie.
by sunshine96 on 3/30/2011 1:54:23 PM
I went and go through that constantly, My dad died too and I'll always miss him! the best thing to do is accept that he died, it's alright to miss him but don't constantly dwell on it because I guarantee it will make you feel horrible keep instead in mind all that you do have that other people around the world don't. and it's ok to cry about it!
by *Sigh* on 3/30/2011 1:17:34 PM
Oh I'm so sorry I hope you feel better soon <3
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wow... im sooo sorry that happened! My dad almost died when i was little... well he actually did a couple times but they kept bringing him back to life with those shocker things. I guess im just lucky the brain surgery worked.
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